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Python Python Basics (Retired) Things That Count Things That Count

Things that count challenge task: Your days variable should end up as an int!

I have entered age = (my age) days = (age*52)/7

and keep getting the error: Your days variable should end up as an int! What is wrong with my code?

age = 39
days = (age*52)/7

1 Answer


I as dividing and not multiplying.... smh

Correct answer should be

days = int(age*52)*7